It is important to understand your vehicle's original tire sizes and pressures. This information can be found on two labels attached to Model 3. This information can be found on the Tire Information label, visible on the door pillar when the front door is open.
If your Model 3 is fitted with Tesla accessory wheels or tires, your Model 3 may include an additional label indicating that values may differ from what is stated on the label.
Overloading Model 3 has an adverse effect on braking and handling, which can compromise your safety or cause damage.
Never store large amounts of liquid in Model 3. A significant spill can cause electrical components to malfunction.
Tire Information Label
The Tire Information label provides:
- The maximum number of occupant seating positions.
- The size of the original tires.
- The cold inflation pressures for the original front and rear tires. These pressures are recommended to optimize ride and handling characteristics.
Never change this label, even if you use different tires in the future.
If Model 3 is loaded to its full capacity, double check all tires to ensure they are inflated to their recommended pressure levels.
Towing a Trailer
Do not use Model 3 for towing purposes. Model 3 does not currently support towing. Towing can cause damage and increase the risk of a collision.
Using Model 3 for towing without Tesla-approved towing components and accessories may void the warranty.
Model 3 supports the use of Tesla-approved roof racks using a Tesla mounting accessory. To install roof racks, you must use this accessory and you must use only roof rack systems that have been approved by Tesla (see Parts and Accessories). Failure to do so can cause significant damage.